Khyber Ridge house by Studio (n-1) Architects

The Khyber Ridge house by Studio (n-1) Architects is distributed along a steep slope.

Carol Moukheiber and Christos Marcopoulos of Studio (n-1) Architects already completed the house in 2005.

The Khyber Ridge house with its five levels is distributed along a steep slope. It provides amazing views of the surrounded mountain scene. The lower level includes a guest house, which is embedded in the rock for maximum privacy, while the main living volume is formed by a cantilevering roof with a suspended floor projecting out of the slope. The green roof of the lower level blends perfectly with the natural environment. The glass enclosure creates the effect of a floating open platform.

The Khyber Ridge house by Studio (n-1) Architects is distributed along a steep slope.
The Khyber Ridge house by Studio (n-1) Architects is distributed along a steep slope.
The house is surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
The house is surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
Generous glass walls provide a great view of the mountains.
Generous glass walls provide a great view of the mountains.
A suspended floor is projecting out of the slope.
A suspended floor is projecting out of the slope.
The front of the house, view from the street.
The front of the house, view from the street.
The house lets you enjoy breathtaking views of the landscape.
The house lets you enjoy breathtaking views of the landscape.
Glass fronts let you stay connected with the nature.
Glass fronts let you stay connected with the nature.
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